From the Back Cover
The key to successful CSS implementation is in understanding how different browsers use and interpret CSS. This tutorial takes the unique position of teaching the reader how to make smart decisions about how and when to apply CSS, based on browser support and intended effects. In 24 straightforward, hourly lessons, the reader learns by accomplishing handson tasks that can be applied to his own site in every hour.
About the Author
Kynn Bartlett has been working on the Web since 1994 and is especially interested in universal accessibility. As president of the HTML Writers Guild, Kynn founded the AWARE Center in 1999 to promote accessible Web design, and he teaches online courses in Web accessibility. In addition to writing, speaking at conferences, and teaching online courses, Kynn is the cofounder of Idyll Mountain Internet (http://www.idyllmtn.com/), a Web development company. In his free time, he has an assortment of geek hobbies, documented in detail at http://kynn.com/. Kynn lives somewhere in southern California with his wife Liz and three large black dogs. You can write to him at email@example.com.